Guided Culinary and Cycling Tour from Siem Reap
This experience will take you to escape the hustle and bustle city and ride through the charming backroads for a scenic countryside this easy 6-hours bike excursion from Siem Reap. Stop along the way to meet the locals, sample typical Cambodian cooking (included) and witness traditional crafts. The area not only has breathtaking scenery but also rich with local cultures and cuisines, making it a top day trip from Siem Reap.
8:00 AM PICK UP FROM YOUR HOTEL
We will pick you up at your accommodation. Then our guide will get you fitted with a bicycle and helmet. From here, you will cycle through the green, clean and picturesque Siem Reap vegetable village where most of the vegetables and herbs you find in dishes served throughout Siem Reap are grown. Here you can get your farming skills on and pick your own veggies – which will later be used for lunch.
9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Next, we’ll visit the outdoor market where the locals shop for their fresh ingredients, here you’ll discover the local specialities and choose the best local snacks and fruits to try.
Soon leave the tarmac behind, pedalling down small dirt paths through the scenic countryside and watch as the local farmers cultivate, care for and harvest their produce. Not only that, but there will be lots of water buffaloes lounging about in the mud, so photo opportunities will be endless. Expect friendly greetings from locals as they go about their daily activities.
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
For lunch, we will get to visit a lovely local family where you’ll learn how to cook Cambodian food and using the ingredients we collected throughout the tour. Returning to Siem Reap around 2 PM.
While all of our tours maintain a leisurely pace, we want our guests to have fun and be safe, so being able to ride a bike is paramount.
Our tour is perfect for novice bike riders or those that haven’t been on a bike in years, You should have average balance, be able to start and stop comfortably, and be familiar with hand brakes. We will be riding on bike lanes, through dirt roads, and occasionally with traffic. Safety is our number one priority but confidence in yourself is the first step to overall group safety.
If you’re not sure how you’ll fare, we invite you to come to our office about 30 minutes prior to your tour start time to try the bikes.
Camera, sunscreen, sunglasses, insect repellent, wear comfortable cycling clothes, small backpack, etc.
Yes! We welcome children to participate in the tours and can provide any necessary equipment. If you are joining as a family, an adult must accompany the children. In addition, we have special prices for children:
● Age 0 to 6 years – %50 off
● Age 7 to 12 years – 20% off
● Age 13 to 15 years – 10% off
We are happy to offer full refunds for our tour if the reservation is cancelled more than 24 hours before the scheduled tour.
Our tours run rain or shine, and we have raincoat available at our office or during the tour for anyone that needs them. We encourage all guests to consult the weather forecast and to dress accordingly.
All scheduled tours are in English, but private tours can be scheduled in other languages as you request.
Yes! If you want a totally private tour and we ensure no one else joins your tour, please contact us
Yes, It is. The bathroom is available at every stop we visit.
Each activity comes with an experienced tour guide responsible for offering local insight, pursuing great experiences and make every tour exceptional.
Our guides are trained to make your trip fun & knowledgeable. We know that it’s the unexpected surprises that make a trip memorable. That’s why our guides pride themselves on anticipating your needs before you ask.
This was a unique tour that we would recommend to others. We enjoyed getting to see how the locals live and learning the Cambodia culinary. The tour guide, Sovuth was very informative and excited throughout the entire trip. He took us through the dirt lane and get a way from main roads. We stopped often for the great photo opportunity as my wife was really loved to shot every single of photo.
The cooking class was our favorite part of the experience, especially with a visit to the local market. Sovuth was so fun and joyful, and his love for food was obvious and infectious. He explained each dish easily and made delicious Cambodian cuisine seem so easy. We were both blown with the experience and would totally recommend this to anyone visiting Siem Reap.
Absolutely one of the highlights for our tour in Cambodia – it was amazing to ride with SreyLeak through countryside and cooking at the private local family house!
The company have organized a very thoughtful and joyful experience – intimate cycling through countryside dirt lanes, and a very relaxed ride to the beautiful villages. SreyLeak made us feel very safe and she made sure that my bike was in perfect condition. We were stopped at the local market where we saw locals prepping for their busy day ahead – this was fanatic to see and we would have never been able to see this if it hadn’t been with Leak. We also went to visit locals farmer house which was fantastic to chat with them as Leak was translated every moment of it. We finished the tour by having a cooking lesson which was great fun. We cooked with a wonderful local chef and get to know a little story beyond Cambodian foods.
This tour was the best part of my holiday in Cambodia – I would have never been able to see these places of again this knowledge without our guide. SreyLeak is a great local guide with a lot of knowledge. I would highly recommend!
The cycling tour is my highlight of this trip. My guide, Leak, is 20 y.o. girl full of life and knowledge. She took me to visit local market and houses to see rice wine making, mushroom picking, and cooking class. Despite the heat she made the ambience very amicable and told me interesting insights of the local culture, which I truly appreciate. For my cooking class we cooked amok, soup, and banana dessert. Everything was well prepared and I sincerely recommend this tour to anyone who wants to see more than Angkor Wat in Cambodia.